The first image has been released of Metallica frontman James Hetfield as Officer Bob Hayward on the set of Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile, the upcoming Ted Bundy biopic starring Zac Efron as the infamous serial killer.
The movie follows the story of Bundy and the horrific acts he committed from the perspective of his longtime girlfriend Elizabeth Kloepfer (played by Lily Collins), who lived in denial of who he really was for many years.
Continue below for more on the movie and to see the new image.
SuperMansion: War On Christmas, an original holiday special for the stop-motion animated series starring the voice talent of Bryan Cranston, premieres online today at Crackle, Sony’s streaming network.
Joining Cranston in the voice cast for the holiday special are fellow series regulars Keegan-Michael Key, Tucker Gilmore, Heidi Gardner, and Zeb Wells (the show’s co-creator), Big Bang Theory‘s Jim Parsons as Mr. Skibumpers, an interstellar imp, and Gary Anthony Williams as the real Santa Claus.
Watch the trailer, and a few clips here below for SuperMansion: War On Christmas.
Thursday’s San Diego Comic-Con kicked off with a presentation by DreamWorks Animation in the convention center’s hallowed Hall H.
Ferguson opened with a joke about how SDCC is the weekend all domestic cats dread as their owners dress up in weird costumes and leave them alone for the weekend. He also mentioned that he’s moderating the panel because he’s “frightened of Jeffrey Katzenberg” and of course due to his appearances in the How to Train Your Dragon films. He then introduced a trailer for the upcoming film Home.
First was the panel for Home with director Tim Johnson, and voice actor Jim Parsons (from The Big Bang Theory). Johnson mentioned that the film is still six months away from finishing and that he first began the project two and a half years ago upon reading the book the film’s based on, The True Meaning of Smekday by Adam Rex
Last month we saw the first trailer for Wish I Was Here, Zach Braff‘s second effort as director after Garden State and the movie which he somewhat controversially got help in making by using the crowdfunding website Kickstarter. That first trailer was more of a teaser, but now the first official full trailer has been released online.
Whether you’re bothered by Braff’s strategy in making the movie or not, it’s hard not to feel good things watching these trailers.
You can check out the full trailer for Wish I Was Here below.
Zach Braff‘s long-awaited directorial follow-up to his 2004 hit Garden State, Wish I Was Here, has traveled an interesting road. Braff took to Kickstarter to fund the movie—and had much success in doing so—but faced some backlash from those who felt someone of his status shouldn’t be seeking the donations of fans to finance a project.
With all of that in the past, the movie has been made and had a strong showing at the Sundance Film Festival before being picked up by Focus Features for distribution in North America. Now the first teaser trailer for Wish I Was Here has been released, and can be seen below.